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Boehner's comments on tax cuts

Monday was back to work day for Congress. Lawmakers will start with a big twist from the minority leader about tax cuts for the middle class.
   
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TRAX testing begins on North Temple

Drivers along North Temple saw something new Tuesday: trains on the airport TRAX line.
Nov 13th - 6:01pm
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Skiers, snowboarders can't wait for opening day

Brighton Ski Resort is getting ready to open up Tuesday morning, giving them a head-start over some of the other Utah ski destinations. Still, there were a lot of skiers who just couldn't wait.
Nov 12th - 6:30pm
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Behind the scenes: How to scare people safely

Scaring people is a blast. Admit it -- you loved scaring your siblings when you were a kid. Of course, the occasional smack you get after scaring someone isn't fun.
Oct 25th - 7:56am
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First year is key for Utah's teachers, district says

As thousands of teachers from across Utah gather Thursday for the first day of UEA convention, one topic is bound to come up - how to keep teachers from leaving the classroom.
Oct 18th - 5:40am
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First year is key for Utah's teachers, district says

As thousands of teachers from across Utah gather Thursday for the first day of UEA convention, one topic is bound to come up - how to keep teachers from leaving the classroom.
Oct 18th - 5:40am
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18-year-old's death brings national attention to rare disease

A Utah woman that recently died from Gastroparesis is raising national awareness about the desease and inspiring people across the country.
Oct 16th - 7:41pm
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Sudden, heavy rainfall causes flooding in Moab

Heavy concentrated rainfall caused sudden flooding outside of Moab Friday morning that almost caused problems for a few people that were Jeeping.
Oct 12th - 10:41pm
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Avoiding friendly-fire accidents proves challenging, even for pros

U.S. Border Patrol agents are highly-trained and employ advanced tactics, but the risk of friendly-fire accidents may continue to rise as agents' ranks are bolstered along the border.
Oct 10th - 5:15am
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Authorities searching for connections to home robbers posing as police

Sandy Police are reaching out to other police agencies to see if a group of home robbers posing as cops may have committed other crimes together.
Oct 5th - 12:33pm
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Brick thrown through window at President Obama campaign

A piece of plywood replaced where a window used to be at the President Obama campaign headquarters in downtown Salt Lake City after a brick was thrown through the window.
Sep 21st - 1:18pm
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